Tackling the Video Challenge
Cellebrite has teamed with market-leading partners, DME Forensics and iNPUT-ACE to help you effectively manage your video evidence needs.
DME Forensics’ new DVR Examiner opens the door to recovering data directly from the hard drive of DVR surveillance systems, allowing you to bypass passwords, access video and metadata from damaged or non-working DVRs, and even recover deleted videos crucial to your investigation.
iNPUT-ACE empowers investigators with the ultimate solution to view, interrogate, and process any video file format, expediting their video-driven investigations. It allows you to track suspects from available camera angles, enhance video, tag activity and write and share supplemental video investigation reports.
Manage Video Evidence with Ease
Evidence gleaned from videos is now being used to help solve 80% of crimes being investigated. Keeping up with the thousands of DVR systems and reviewing evidence from DVR proprietary formats, however, can be a time-consuming and often frustrating challenge for investigators.
PC Minimum: Intel i7 or AMD Ryzen 5 or better
Operating System: Windows 7 64bit or higher
Memory (RAM): 8GB or higher
Space Requirements: 10GB of free space for the scratch disk